Translation of inactive in Spanish:


inactivo, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈaktɪv//ɪnˈæktɪv/


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    • Finally, he says, people's inactive lifestyles have also contributed to the problem.
    • All of these changes may be more pronounced if you've led an inactive lifestyle.
    • I've actually grown to appreciate my rest days because I don't view them as lazy, inactive days, but rather as free, unstructured ones.
    • The Edinburgh teenager is one of a growing number of children whose inactive lifestyles are leading to spinal injuries.
    • This may have confined him to a wheelchair for all of his 31 years, but it hasn't restricted him to an inactive lifestyle.
    • I'm just about coming to the end of this lazy, inactive period.
    • We also know that being physically inactive is a major risk factor in the development of coronary artery disease.
    • Given our current inactive lifestyle, it's necessary to give your health a serious thought.
    • You should remain physically inactive for at least 1.5 hours after every time you have consumed some fresh raw fish or egg yolk.
    • Over 50% of all Canadians are physically inactive.
    • Although married men are more likely to be overweight or even obese, married adults are less likely to smoke, drink heavily or be physically inactive.
    • ‘We concentrate a lot on co-ordination and mobility because as we get older we loose our co-ordination if we become inactive,’ said Mrs Smith.
    • In fact, individuals who introduced moderate activity to their formerly inactive lifestyles noticed the most pronounced benefits.
    • Despite this, inactive lifestyles and overeating remain the norm for most Americans, as illustrated by the rising epidemic of obesity over the past three decades.
    • In fact, if their work-outs encourage other young people to take more exercise at a time when there is concern about too many members of that generation being physically inactive, it could well do some good.
    • Being physically inactive (less than 30 minutes of activity a day) greatly increases your chances of getting chronic diseases.
    • Helping women make the shift from an inactive to an active lifestyle can have important health benefits.
    • Here we are in an inactive country, and we don't play physical games as a matter of course, and so our exposure to physical hurt is minimal, and very shocking therefore when it comes.
    • This whole change of lifestyle is leading to a very inactive population.
    • The more active group was found to have a 23 percent lower chance of catching a cold than the physically inactive group, with risk reduction most pronounced in the autumn.